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09-09-2008 9:24:13 AM EST
the BIGGEST LOSER is now at 6:00 pm on Tuesday night at the rec. hall. Please bring a dollar.

09-08-2008 8:14:05 PM EST
Sounds like a good idea. We are getting ready to come south. Keep us posted.

09-08-2008 6:32:00 PM EST
I am only allowed one message board, I know that not everyone has a computer, so we would still have to put the ad at the mail hut. I will do some more checking with tip top web site, who our site is through. I will let you know thanks for the in put.

09-08-2008 3:05:56 PM EST
Hey I think the ad page is a good idea. If it was set up like the message board where we could post our own it would be less work for you. But there may be people who do not have a computer that might want to utilize it also

09-08-2008 12:15:46 PM EST
Hello! When are you snow birds coming back down? Have a safe trip looking forward to see you. Soon I hope to have pictures to share with you from around the park. I wanted to set up a page for Free ad for things 4-sale. So, I am asking you, Do you want to do it yourself with the message board, OR do you want to send me the ad & I can copy and paste it on a page of its own? I need in put from the Chula Family so help me out... Plus any other suggestions are welcome. thanks Renee

09-06-2008 2:36:47 PM EST

Bonnie and Gene Rouston put on a break brunch, All very good. the talk of the day was pancake puffs that Bonnie made and put blueberries in them. They did a great Job and Betty Channey helps in the kitchen also. Wonderful brunch. If you went home hungry, shame on you.

09-06-2008 2:31:46 PM EST

Old Fashion Pot Luck put on by Ruth L. and Chuck S. This was the best old fashion pot luck I've ever been to. I sat with my Husband, Willie and Chuck and Gail sat some where else, I thought we was the last table because of the managers.... well as it turns out... Its Willie, I know its not me!!!! LOL. People brought lots of food and when we got up there being the last table again!!!! We still had plenty of food. a HUGE variety. We have some darn good cooks in this park! Great Job to all.

09-05-2008 7:40:10 PM EST
FYI... I was just watching the news and the new light bulbs that are curly, it said do not throw then away. Take then to HOME DEPOT TO RECYCLE THEM.

09-02-2008 8:52:07 PM EST
The more the merrier!!!!! My thought in this park is YOU CAN BE AS BUSY AS YOU WANT TO BE!!! OR Just chillac!!!

09-02-2008 6:54:38 PM EST
The "Biggest Loser" sounds like fun! I look forward to joining in November.

09-02-2008 3:10:40 PM EST
NEWS FLASH: A NEW activity called the "Biggest Loser" A weight lose group with your friends. Tuesdays 9-10am @ the Rec. Hall cost $1.00. weigh in and at the end of the month the person who lost the most weight gets 1/2 the money. The other half to buy something to use for exercising. This is new and we are just setting things up.... come join the fun, Learning how to use the exercise equipment, exchanging recipes, or just talking and cheering each other on.

09-02-2008 9:56:52 AM EST
thank you Marie... looking forward to seeing everyone

09-02-2008 7:59:11 AM EST
Renee glad to see the storm wasn't as bad as they thought it was going to be and your daughter was safe. I like the new format for the website. Talk to you soon

08-31-2008 5:49:23 PM EST
Happy Labor Day tomorrow! and Please pray for the people and families running from the Hurricane in LA, I have been watching the weather channel as well as going on local news out of Lake Charles, LA Our daughter is there, now I can see how some one who is not can freak out!!!! Just keep all of them in your thoughts. Love to all Renee

08-30-2008 12:11:21 PM EST
Bonnie you will use the 1714 Wheelhouse Circle for your Address, but with the park office on your rent check you will put #25 in the memo section. That will be your account #. Since there accounting system is already set up that way. Looking forward to meeting you.

08-29-2008 11:18:13 PM EST
Renee, sorry I didn't finish my last posting. I hit the finish key.I started to type I wounder how many times I'll write the wrong address now! Take care and we'll post again soon. Norm and Bonnie Weedmark

bonnie weedmark
08-29-2008 11:01:23 PM EST
Renee,sorry I didn't post where our unit is that we bought last spring.It is lot 25 [OOPS Imean 1714 wheelhouse circle] I wounder how many times I

08-29-2008 7:15:28 PM EST
welcome back to the park... we will see you at the pot luck

Janice Jackson
08-29-2008 4:59:24 PM EST
David and I are making the "big move" to Chulavista permanently. Hope everyone is well here in the park and away at home and hope to see you soon at a pot luck..Janice

08-29-2008 11:40:35 AM EST
Hey Bernie and Mary Lou, I didn't know you had a computer.... Glad to see more Chula Family checking in. Willie can't wait for the guys to come back and play cards!!! I can't wait for Mary Lou with the Red Hat events!!!! take care enjoy the rest of the summer see y'all soon miss everyone

Bernie & Mary Lou
08-28-2008 7:44:36 PM EST
Hi everyone. Looking forward to seeing you. We are doing well and having a lot of fun with our family.

08-27-2008 5:03:53 PM EST
Welcome Norm and Bonnie Weedmark... Where did you buy in Chulavista? thanks for your note, Looking forward to seeing you this winter. I am glad to hear Sonny is doing good. take care

norm and bonnie weedmark   weedmarkbonnie@charter .com
08-26-2008 11:26:07 PM EST
Hi,to everyone at chulavista.We are so glad the storm missed you all! We are looking ahead to comming down to spend the winter this year, in our new place .Last year we visited for six weeks and just loved it and all the activites.We were with Sonny and Jonn DAVIS . They showed as so many nice places around the area. I have been busy painting trim, trim,and chair rail for our unit. Norm is coming down with a load in sept.SO hope all is well with our umit. JUST TO LET SONNYS FRIENDS KNOW HE IS DOING SO MUCH BETTER NOW. Take care chula friends and we'll see you soon. Keep up the great work on the message board.Nom and BONNIE WEEDMARK

08-25-2008 6:39:38 PM EST
Labor Day Old Fashion Pot Luck hosted by Chuck S. and Ruth L. 5:pm @ the clubhouse. Please bring a dish to pass and your own Table settings. here is a toast to all Americas.

08-25-2008 6:35:41 PM EST
Sept 1st. is Labor Day, so I looked up... here is what I found! History of Labor Day Throughout the history of Labor Day, which is an American National holiday, it takes place the first Monday of September. Some call it is the unofficial end to summer. Labor Day's true meaning is to honor the everyday working people. The people whose sweat build and maintain the heart of United States. Today Labor Day is as normal as baseball, apple pie and fireworks on the fourth of July, but this was not always so. In 19th century America, the industrial revolution was in full bloom, and people were needed en masse to feed the machines of mass production. Millions responded, coming from the farms by the promise of the American dream, a trust in the commonwealth. The people wanted a secure year-round income in an environment sheltered from the often harsh elements. What they found was a life toiling twelve and fourteen hours a day in dingy and sometimes dangerous conditions in factories and underground mines. From the late 1700s into the mid 1800s working people increasingly joined together in trade unions that would bargain collectively for the benefit of all members. A day to praise the efforts of the everyday people was first suggested around 1880 by Peter J. McGuire, founder of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters. However, the first Labor Day holiday was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City by the Knights of Labor. It celebrated the working man on that date. The idea of celebrating the everyday working man began to spread with the growth of labor organizations. By 1885 Labor Day was celebrated in many industrial centers of the country. This holiday is to exhibit to the public "the strength and esprit de corps of the trade and labor organizations" of the community. Labor day is also a festival for the recreation and amusement of the workers and their families. Parades, festivals , barbeques, this became the pattern for the celebrations of Labor Day. Speeches by prominent men and women are given to emphasis the economic and civic significance of the holiday. In the l880's labor organizations began to lobby various state legislatures for recognition of Labor Day as an official state holiday. The first states to declare it a state holiday in, 1887, were Oregon, Colorado, New York, Massachusetts, and New Jersey. In 1894, Congress passed a law recognizing Labor Day as an official national holiday. Labor Day has come to be recognized in the United States not only as a celebration of the working class, but also as the unofficial end of the summer season. In the northern half of the U.S. the summer vacation season begins with Memorial Day and ends with Labor Day.

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